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Brand-new stories about all your favorite Monster High characters come to life in this gorgeous full-color graphic novel.


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Brand-new stories about all your favorite Monster High characters come to life in this gorgeous full-color graphic novel.

30 review for Monster High: Hopes and Screams: An Original Graphic Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Halli

    Very cute graphic novel. Will definitely appeal to the legions of tween Monster High fans!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Yuiko

    So awesome loved it :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Spencer

    Monster High: Hopes and Screams Plot: Frankie plans to make the Gory Gazette a scary success this year. But to do that she needs the help of her MH ghoul friend’s. So, what’s the scoop in the halls of MH? Cleo thinks she’s “his” story after catching Deuce with Frankie (Hissy Fit), Howleen show’s that Clawdeen isn’t the only one who can pull off “HAUTE Couture”, Draculaura struggles with balancing two many activities and her school work (Stage Fright), Abbey gets two “Lost and Sound” compatible MH Monster High: Hopes and Screams Plot: Frankie plans to make the Gory Gazette a scary success this year. But to do that she needs the help of her MH ghoul friend’s. So, what’s the scoop in the halls of MH? Cleo thinks she’s “his” story after catching Deuce with Frankie (Hissy Fit), Howleen show’s that Clawdeen isn’t the only one who can pull off “HAUTE Couture”, Draculaura struggles with balancing two many activities and her school work (Stage Fright), Abbey gets two “Lost and Sound” compatible MH friend’s together, things are rolling a little down hill for the Monster’s as the roller-skating team finds their up against teams with new racing skates. Robecca feels as if she’s losing her touch. To help her out the team sacrifices their new skates for a part that will bring her up to speed. Ghoulia ties it all together and puts her finishing touches on the edition as she dreams about finding out the mystery behind the anonymous editor My Thoughts: (Hissy Fit) Sighing Cleo ought to know by now she’s the only ghoul for Deuce. Time and time again he’s shown her. Besides I seriously think he’s the only guy at MH who can put up with her royal personality. (Hot Couture) I LOVE Heath’s looks in this! Every single one except for the “Napoleon” look. And I am CRAZY about his final “Hot Mess” outfit! Howleen deserves all the props for pulling off this off. (Lost and Sound) You know I’ve never really thought about Holt and Operetta as a couple, but when I read this I realized how PERFECT they are for each other. And I wondered why they were never established in the series, books, and movies as a couple. I like them together! I definitely think the Headmistress is the mystery editor. I felt a little cheated that it was teasing at telling us and then we get to the end and it drops the bomb that it’s gonna remain anonymous. And how sweet was it that the Monster’s sacrificed something that meant winning for them to help Robecca? (These Boots Were Made for Rolling)? Rating: 7

  4. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    The premise of this graphic novel is a high school that is aptly named, Monster High. The students are all creatures from the horror movie genre. There is a male Medusa with snakes for hair, vampires and other human/animals with fangs and zombies. All act as you would expect high school teens to act, even though they do not have human bodies, they possess the emotions. The stories are an exercise in puns and wordplay. There is the casketball team, Home Ick class, Draculaura, “it looks fangtasti The premise of this graphic novel is a high school that is aptly named, Monster High. The students are all creatures from the horror movie genre. There is a male Medusa with snakes for hair, vampires and other human/animals with fangs and zombies. All act as you would expect high school teens to act, even though they do not have human bodies, they possess the emotions. The stories are an exercise in puns and wordplay. There is the casketball team, Home Ick class, Draculaura, “it looks fangtastic,” and the school paper “Gory Gazette.” I found myself spending as much time in identifying the puns as I did in following the story, which is fairly shallow anyway. This is a story targeted at the early teen reader and it lands precisely in that zone. Nothing heavy, all light and (h)airy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Great story lines and illustrations!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heather Johnson

    Review found on The Lemon Librarian. Starting as a paranormal-inspired fashion doll franchise, Monster High has exploded into a collection of goods from toys, animated online shorts, films and television shows, video games, books, and now--an original graphic novel. Fans of the series will enjoy this full-colored spin on the unique monster dolls as they are brought to life via comic in a spooktacular telling. This graphic novel stars several characters from the series, such as Frankie Stein, Claw Review found on The Lemon Librarian. Starting as a paranormal-inspired fashion doll franchise, Monster High has exploded into a collection of goods from toys, animated online shorts, films and television shows, video games, books, and now--an original graphic novel. Fans of the series will enjoy this full-colored spin on the unique monster dolls as they are brought to life via comic in a spooktacular telling. This graphic novel stars several characters from the series, such as Frankie Stein, Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Cleo de Nile, Deuce Gorgon, Lagoona Blue, Abbey Bominable, and Ghoulia. Full of original, goofy puns, chapters of the graphic novel focus on a specific characters. Within these chapters, the stylish characters navigate through Monster High, proving that even though they are monsters, they can still relate to the average teenager. Cleo has boyfriend troubles, Draculaura tries to manage everything at once, and Abbey tries to reconcile a friendship conflict. They value their friendships, help each other out, and reach for their hopes and screams. With complete exaggeration to the teenage figure, these dolls convey a scary message. If these monsters are more normal than they appear, are they to resemble the normal teenager with their big hair, eyes, and lips, caked make-up, and unhealthy tiny waist? Is this a standard to look up to? Is this some sort of subliminal message? These character designs can be chalked up as pure fantasy, but they may carry a larger impression on young readers. Don't blame the artist - the doll was created that way! I found this read to be enjoyable and recommended for younger readers, from preteens to early young adults. The composition of the full-colored pages is carefully constructed, and I enjoyed the "behind the scenes" pages at the end. Fans of the franchise will like this. However, it lacks any substance, and attempts to be trendy and fashionable than deep. The comic is basic with one-dimensional characters, predictable stories, and unnerving underlying messages. Three of five lemons.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Crawford

    A graphic novel. 112 pages. 7 stories. These include: Hissy Fit (Cleo). Cleo is worried that not only are she and Deuce over but that Deuce has fallen for Frankie. Hot Couture (Howleen). Clawdeen is looking for fashion-outstanding ghouls for her blog. Howleen tries to help out a friend. Stage Fright (Draculaura). Draculaura's grades are falling as she is spending too much time on school activities. Her cooking has an unexpected result. Lost and Sound (Abbey Bominable). Abbey is to do a lost-and-fou A graphic novel. 112 pages. 7 stories. These include: Hissy Fit (Cleo). Cleo is worried that not only are she and Deuce over but that Deuce has fallen for Frankie. Hot Couture (Howleen). Clawdeen is looking for fashion-outstanding ghouls for her blog. Howleen tries to help out a friend. Stage Fright (Draculaura). Draculaura's grades are falling as she is spending too much time on school activities. Her cooking has an unexpected result. Lost and Sound (Abbey Bominable). Abbey is to do a lost-and-found column but ends up helping two of the ghouls and their music. These Boots Were Made for Rolling (Robecca Steam). The rollermaze team doesn't look like it's going to have a good season. They help Robecca get a rare part to fix her skates and find the value of teamwork. Scream All About It (Ghoulia Yelps). Behind the Screams (how the book was made, etc.)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria

    After the utterly abysmal failing of the last Monster High book I read, I almost didn't pick this one up. But when I saw it was by another author, I decided to give it a chance. Done in comic format, this book does the characters so much more justice! They're interesting, diverse, and are actually capable of rational though beyond clothes. I definitely recommend this for anyone who likes to read and likes Monster High.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chase

    I like this book a lot. It's a pretty good book, and it has some pretty good stories. I think it's a good book. Borrow it from my sister since its a graphic novel and I'm a huge fan of the graphic; comic; manga novels.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This was a fun little adventure in the Monster High world, comparable to Gitty Daneshivati's series of middle grade novels. While the basic story wasn't particularly interesting, the art was pleasant and this should be a hit with elementary and middle grade fans of the franchise.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Teia Blackshear Collier

    A cool book I like this book a lot. It's a pretty good book and it has some pretty good stories. I think it's a good book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Faithsexton

    Iliked this book and it was a vary seetw book and you will like it if you read it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    C

    Cute graphic novel to go along with the books. Elementary and Middle school students will love this novel.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    It was awesome

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This was a cute book, and the art was actually quite good. Draculaura and Abbey are the two characters that I really like, so I enjoyed that they had stories.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dior Boswell

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nevaeh Rand

  18. 5 out of 5

    Randa

  19. 5 out of 5

    Giacomo Santangelo

  20. 5 out of 5

    Erin Farmer

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kennedy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Gary

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jay M Rodriguez

  24. 4 out of 5

    Raylee

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dj Green

  26. 4 out of 5

    Zion

    I like this

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

  28. 5 out of 5

    mr d ford

  29. 5 out of 5

    Megan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mackenzie Eberle

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